ahhaproject uses organic milk in stitch milk soap popsicle
ahhaproject uses organic milk in stitch milk soap popsicle ahhaproject uses organic milk in stitch milk soap popsicle
nov 11, 2013

ahhaproject uses organic milk in stitch milk soap popsicle

ahhaproject uses organic milk in stitch milk soap popsicle
all images courtesy of ahhaproject




produced for organic baby brand ‘stitch bears’, the collection of ‘stitch milk soap’ by korean and germany-based company ahhaproject uses organic goats’ milk powder from new zealand for its main ingredient. the popsicle form is aimed to reduce children’s dislike of taking a shower, by making it something fun they can associate with – the wooden stick is also easy to grab onto for small hands. there are four types of soft milk, avocado, jojoba, calendula and camellia that moisturize skin and also boost its natural renewal process. wanting to boast these materials, a large sheet of text on the back side of the package gives people a list of the ingredients that they are using. the ivory colored packaging is designed to remind the consumer of a case of soft milk ice cream, and the shape of the soap expresses its mild character and soft, melting feeling to touch.



the stitch soap is influenced by a popsicle form, making it fun for children to use



the soap uses organic goats’ milk powder from new zealand for its main ingredient



the wooden stick of the popsicle form is easy for small hands to grab onto in the shower



the soap was produced for organic baby brand ‘stitch bears’



the soap has a mild character and soft, melting feeling to touch



stitch soap, avocado



stitch soap, camellia



stitch soap, jojoba



stitch soap, calendula



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  • yum yum

    dbkii says:
  • Be careful – it the 1970’s there was a new Dish Soap that had pretty pictures of lemons on label. When they sent small samples in the mail, many people in Baltimore Maryland ended up in the hospital.

    The lesson: some people are so very stupid that they would continue to drink after the first taste!


    JimCan says:
  • Nice try.

    Isaac Grant says:

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